“The real value of this expansion is not more space, but space that allows us to rethink the experience of art in the Museum.” –Glenn D. Lowry, The David Rockefeller Director (more…)
Stéphane Coutelle is a french photographer and director, known for his stunning portraits of women, who has succeeded in combining a fine art and a commercial career.
Insomnies, released April 2014, combines intimate pictures of women with mysterious night landscapes.
Shoebox Studio, released by Damiani in march 2012, is a artless series of portraits of young aspiring models taken in paris between 2004 and 2008.
Other photography projects include the corner (Paris, 1998–2002), Three Sisters (Prague, 1989–1995). his self-portrait photo book, Me Myself and I, was published by Kehayoff Edition in 1995.
Previously, as a painter, he exhibited his large, hypnotic women’s portraits on solo shows held at the Paris Hôtel de Ville (1994), Coprim Foundation (Femme du Temps Jamais, 1995) and Galerie Art & Patrimoine (Face B, 1998).
Represented by Thomas Treuhaft